Count Of West Friesl Dietrich DE III7,14,262
was born about 993 in Ghent, Flanders, Belgium. He died on 27 May
1039.262 Also Known As:<_AKA>
Dirk III Count of /Holland/ Parents: Gand
Count Of West Friesl Arnoul DE and Luitgard
Baron Eustace DE Of Tonsburgh Burgo7,117,122,262 was born about 1005 in Tonsburgh, Normandy, France. Also Known As:<_AKA> Eustace de /Conteville/
Eustace de Burgh, Baron Tonsburgh , in Normandy, younger brother of Harlowen de Burgh, the ancestor of the Lords Clanricarde, and the numerous families of De Burgh, Burke, and Bourke, had two sons, Serlo, and John, surnamed Monoculus, from having but one eye. [Sir Bernar d Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 121, Clavering, Barons Clavering] Parents: Earl Of Comyn Jean DE CONTEVILLE De Tonsburgh.
Fulbert DE Lord Of Chilham Dover7,122 was born about 1080 in Chilham, Kent, England. He died about 1130.
Children were: Mr De DOVER.
Baron Of Chilham Fulbert DE Dover7,105,115,122 was born about 1178 in Chilham Castle, Kent, England. He died in 1205 in Chilham Castle, Kent, England. He was also known as Robert. Also Known As:<_AKA> Foubert de /Douvres/ Parents: Lord Of Chilham John Fulbert DE Dover and Rose De LUCY.
Geoffrey DE 5th Earl Of Essex Mandeville7,105,106 was born about 1184 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He died on 23 Feb 1215/16 in London, Middlesex, England Of Mortal Wounds At Tournament (Dsp). He was buried in Trinity Priory Within Aldgate, London, Middlesex, England. Geoffrey de Mandeville (which surname he assumed), who, in the 15th King John ( 1314-15), had livery of the lands of his inheritance and the same year, bearing the title of Earl of Essex, the king gave him to wife, Isabel, Countess of Glo ucester, 3rd dau. and co-heir of William, Earl of Gloucester, and was, in her r ight, Earl of Gloucester, and was so styled in the convention with King John, 1 215 (which Isabel had first been m. to King John himself, but repudiated on acc ount of consanguinity). This nobleman afterwards distinguished himself amongst the barons who rebelled again the tyrannical power of John, and was one of the twenty-five lords chosen to enforce the observance of Magna Carta, about which period, attending a tournament at London, he received a wound from a lance, whi ch proved mortal. His lordship d. in 1216, and leaving no children, was s. by h is brother, William. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinc t Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 353, Mandeville, E arls of Essex] Parents: 1st Earl Of Essex Geoffrey De Mandeville FITZ PIERS and Beatrix De SAY.
Guy DE7,10 was born in 1100 in , , France. He died in 1151. He was also known as Seigneur Dampierre. Parents: .
Duke Of Burgundy Henry Count DE Nevers7,14,115,122 died in 1006.115 He was born WFT Est 950 in Nevers, Nievre, Bourgogne, France. Parents: King Of France Hugues MAGNUS and Princess Of The Germans Hedwig Or Hartwige SACHSEN. Parents: .
Children were: Aremburge De NEVERS.
Constable Of Scotland Hugh Roger DE Morville7,106,122,262 was born about 1123 in Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland, England. He died in 1162 in Burgh-By-Sands, Cumberland, England.262 Also Known As:<_AKA> Hugh de /Moreville/
Hugh's son Hugh participated in the m urder of Thomas a Becket, 1170. Parents: Simon De MORVILLE and Ada D' ENGAINE.
Hugues DE Seigneur De Vergy.45
Sir Knight Humphrey DE Beauchamp7,106,115,574 was born before Mar 1252/53 in Ryme Intrinseca, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England.115 He died on 18 Jul 1317 in Silferton Manor, Devonshire, England.115 Sir Humphrey de Beauchamp, Knt., younger son, b. by Mar 1253 (adult by 1274), a pparently living 1316, dead 1317, lord of Ryme Intrinseca, Dorset & Oburnford, Oulescombe, Teinghervy, & Buckerell, co. Devon; m. (1) by 1254 Sibyl Oliver, li ving 1306, daughter & heir of Walter Oliver, lord of Wambrook, Somerset, from w hom divorced between 1287 & 1290; m. (2) after 10 Aug 1300 Alice, d. shortly be f. 20 Oct 1317, widow of Peter Corbet. With Alice, Sir Humphrey held the manor of Silferton, co. Devon in dower for the term of their lives. [Ancestral Root s]
Note: I think the marriage date of "by 1254" is an error. One year old m arriages are pretty early, even for that day and age. Parents: Lord Of Hache Robert V DE Beauchamp and Alice De MOHUN. Parents: .
Spouse: Sibyl OLIVER. Sir Knight Humphrey DE Beauchamp and Sibyl OLIVER were married before 1274 in 1st Wife - Divorced Between 1287-1290.115 Children were: Eleanor BEAUCHAMP, Sir Knight Beauchamp JOHN, Sir Hugh BEAUCHAMP.
Governor Of Cardigan Cast John DE Beauchamp7,106 was born in 1249 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He died on 24 Oct 1283 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He was buried on 31 Oct 1283 in Stoke-Under-Ham, Somerset, England. He was also known as Governor Of Cardigan Castle. John de Beauchamp, who in the 5th of Edward I (1276-7), was made governor of th e castles of Kaermerdin and Cardigan. He m. Cicely, dau. and heiress of Maude d e Kyme, dau. of William Ferrers, Earl of Derby, by her second husband, William de Vivonia, which William was son of Hugh de Vivonia, by Mabel, one of the co-h eirs of William Mallet, a great baron, who d. temp. Henry III. This John de Bea uchamp, who d. 1283, was s. by his son, John de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 33, Beauc hamp, Barons Beauchamp, of Hache, in the co. Somerset] Parents: Lord Of Hache Robert V DE Beauchamp and Alice De MOHUN.
Sir John DE Bridport7,106 was born about 1295 in White Lackington, Somerset, England. Also Known As:<_AKA> John de /Brudeport/ Parents: William De BRUDEPORT.
Lord Of Chilham John Fulbert DE Dover7,122 was born in 1146 in Chilham Castle, Kent, England. He died before 1198. Parents: Mr De DOVER.
Sir John I DE Ingham7,97 died in 1204. He was born WFT Est 1175 in Ingham, Norfolk, England.
Sir Knight John I DE Mohun7,106,115 was born about 1223 in Dunster, Somerset, England. He died before 1254 in Gascony, France (Dvp).115 Parents: Baron Of Dunster Reynold II De MOHUN and Hawise FITZ GEOFFREY.
Sir John II DE Ingham7,97 was born about 1250 in Ingham, Norfolk, England. He died before 6 Apr 1310. Parents: Sir Oliver I DE Ingham and ELIZABETH.
Matilda DE Of Northampton St. Liz7,378 was born in 1091 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. She died about 1158. Also Known As:<_AKA> /Maud/ Parents: Earl Of Huntingdon Simon I DE St. Liz and Maud Of HUNTINGDON.
Maud DE Of Apulia Hauteville7,122,563 was born about 1059 in Apulia, Cala, Italy. She died in 1083. Also Known As:<_AKA> Matilda d' /Apulia/ Parents: Duke Apulia Robert I Guiscard DE Hauteville and Princess Of Salerno SIGELGAITA.
Spouse: Count Of Barcelona Ramon BERENGUER II. Count Of Barcelona Ramon BERENGUER II and Maud DE Of Apulia Hauteville were married in 1078.
Princess Of Jerusalem Melisende DE Rethel7,113,115,122 was born about 1110 in Jerusalem, Palestine. She died on 11 Sep 1161.115 Parents: .
Spouse: Ct De Anjou\ Fulk V Le Grand ANJOU V. Ct De Anjou\ Fulk V Le Grand ANJOU V and Princess Of Jerusalem Melisende DE Rethel were married on 2 Jun 1129 in Jerusalem, Palestine.113,115 Children were: King Of Jerusalem Aumary DE ANJOU I.
Sir Stafford Nigel DE Of Drakelow7,122 was born before 1039 in Tosni, Louviers, Eure, Normandy, France. He died in 1115 in Drakelow, Staffordshire, England. Domesday tennant Drakelow, Stapenhill, Foremark, Ravenstone. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.
Sir Oliver I DE Ingham7,97 died before 15 Jul 1282. He was born WFT Est 1225 in Ingham, Norfolk, England. Parents: Sir Walter DE Ingham.
Ralph DE Of Rudham Chesney7,710,2326 was born about 1044 in La Quesnay, Seine-Inferieure, Normandy, France. He died after 1086 in Rudham, Norfolk, England.2326 Also Known As:<_AKA> Ralph Sire de /Quesnay/
1 NAME Radolphus de /Caisneto/
Fought in the Battle of Hastings
Spouse: Maud De WATERVILLE. Ralph DE Of Rudham Chesney and Maud De WATERVILLE were married about 1063 in England. Children were: Ralph II De CHESNEY, Lord Of Caenby William DE Chesney, Philip De CAISNETO, Roger De CHESNEY, Lady Of Rudham Sibyl DE Chesney.
Conches Ralph III DE De Toeni7,115,122 was born before 1030 in Conches, Normandy, France.105 He died about 24 Mar 1101/2 in Flamstead, Hertfordshire, England.105 Also Known As:<_AKA> Ralph de /Conches/
Ralph [de Toeni], usually called Ralph de Conches; participated in Norman invasion of England 1066; being accordingly granted lands in Berks, Essex, Glos, Herefs, Herts, Norfolk, and Worcs; marrie d Elizabeth/Isabel, daughter of Simon de Montfort, Seigneur of Montfort l'Amaur y, and died 24 March, probably 1101/2. [Burke's Peerage] Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.
Spouse: Elizabeth Isabel De MONTFORT. Conches Ralph III DE De Toeni and Elizabeth Isabel De MONTFORT were married about 1076 in Ile DE France, France.
Lord Of Flamstead Ralph V DE Toeni7,105,106,115 was born about 1125 in Flamstead, Hertfordshire, England. He died in 1162.115 Also Known As:<_AKA> Ralph de /Conches/
Ralph, called de Toeni or de Conches; married Margaret, daughter of Robert, 2nd Earl of Leicester of the post-Conques t creation made in favour of Robert's father Robert de Beaumont, and died 1162. [Burke's Peerage] Parents: Lord Of Flamstead Roger DE TOENI III and Ida Gertrude De HAINAULT.
4Th Earl Of Chester Ranulph DE Gernon7,104,106,115 was born about 1100 in Guernon Castle, Normandy, France.115 He died on 16 Dec 1153 in Chester, Cheshire, England.115 He was buried in Vicomte DE Avranches. Also Known As:<_AKA> Ranulf de /Guernon/
Ranulph de Meschines (surnamed de Ger nons, from being born in Gernon Castle, in Normandy), Earl of Chester. This nob leman, who was a leading military character, took an active part with the Empre ss Maud, and the young Prince Henry, against King Stephen, in the early part of the contest, and having defeated the king and made him prisoner at the battle of Lincoln, committed him to the castle of Bristol. He subsequently, however, s ided with the king, and finally, distrusted by all, died under excommunication in 1155, supposed to have been poisoned by William Peverell, Lord of Nottingham , who being suspected of the crime, is said to have turned monk to avoid its pu nishment. The earl m. Maud, dau. of Robert, surnamed the Consul, Earl of Glouce ster, natural son of King Henry I, and had issue, Hugh, his successor, named Ke veliok, from the place of his birth, in Merionethshire; Richard; Beatrix, m. to Ralph de Malpas. His lordship was s. by his elder son, Hugh (Keveliok), 3rd Ea rl of Chester. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerag e, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 365, Meschines, Earls of Chester]
Ra nulf II de Gernons, 4th Earl of Chester, VICOMTE (Viscount) DE BAYEUX, VICOMTE D'AVRANCHES, Ranulf also spelled RANDULF, or RALPH (b. c. 1100--d. Dec. 16, 115 3), a key participant in the English civil war (from 1139) between King Stephen and the Holy Roman empress Matilda (also a claimant to the throne of England). Ranulf, nicknamed 'aux Gernons' (i.e. moustaches), played a prominent and vaci llating part in the civil war of Stephen's reign, his actions, in common with m ost of his peers, springing from personal grievances rather than dynastic loyal ty or principle. Ranulf's father, Ranulf I, had been granted the earldom of Che ster in 1121 after his maternal uncle had drowned in the White Ship disaster (1 120) but, in return, had been compelled to surrender Cumberland and his patrimo ny of Carlisle. The restoration of these lost estates was the mainspring of muc h of Ranulf II's political life. Inheriting the Chester earldom in 1129, he ini tially supported Stephen as king after 1135. However, successive treaties betwe en Stephen and King David of Scotland in 1136 and 1139 gave the Scots large tra cts of land in Cumberland coveted by Ranulf who reacted by seizing the town and besieging the castle. Ranulf now allied with the Empress Matilda in defeating the king at Lincoln in February 1141, capturing and briefly imprisoning Stephen . Ranulf's association with the Angevin party was cemented by his marriage in 1 141 to the daughter of Robert of Gloucester. Later (1149) he transferred his al legiance to the king in return for a grant of the city and castle of Lincoln. C oventry received its original charter from him. However, his territorial ambiti ons were no closer realisation as the king of Scots was also a close ally of Ma tilda. In 1145, Ranulf was reconciled to Stephen. However, there was no love lo st between Ranulf and the king's entourage, many of whom had suffered at his ha nds. In August, 1146, at Northampton, Ranulf was suddenly arrested and put in c hains when he refused the king's demand to restore all lands he had taken. He w as only released when he surrendered all former royal property, including Linco ln. Stephen's arrest of Ranulf was a public relations disaster. He had broken h is oath of reconciliation of 1145 and his own promise of protection, thus deter ring any more defections from the Angevin faction. Stephen had breached a centr al tenet of effective medieval rule, that of being a good -- i.e. fair -- lord. Ranulf joined Henry FitzEmpress and was reconciled with David of Scotland who, in return for the lavish grant to Ranulf of most of Lancashire, retained Carli sle. But Ranulf was never a party man. His priorities remained centred on his o wn territorial and dynastic advantage, as shown by his 'conventio' with a leadi ng royalist baron Robert of Leicester (1149/53). Parents: Earl Of Chester Ranulph III DE MESCHINES Meschines and Lucia Of MERCIA.
Lord Of Fay Chatellerault Raoul DE7,122 was born in 1100 in Chastellerault, Vienne, France. Parents: Viscount Of Chatellerault Aimery ROCHEFOUCAULD I and Dangereuse (Maubergeonne) MAUBERGEONNE.
Justiciar Of England Richard DE Lucy7,115,122 was born about 1098 in Diss, Norfolk, England. He died on 14 Jul 1179 in Chipping Ongar, Essex, England.115 He was buried in Lieutenant Of England - Ruled In Henry Ii's Absence. The first mention of this family is in a render made by King Henry I of the lor dship of Dice, in Norfolk (whether in requital of services, or as an inheritanc e, the record saith not) to Richard de Lucie, who was governor of Falais, in No rmandy, temp. King Stephen, and defended that place with great valour when besi eged by Geoffrey, Earl of Anjou, for which heroic conduct he had a grant of lan ds in the county of Essex with the services of divers persons, to hold by ten k nights' fees. In the subsequent contest between Stephen and the Empress Maud, h e remained steady in his allegiance to the former and obtained a victory of som e importance near Wallingford Castle. Upon the adjustment of the dispute, the T ower of London and the castle of Winchester were, by the advice of the whole cl ergy, placed in the hands of this feudal lord, he binding himself by solemn oat h and the hostage of his son to deliver them up on the death of King Stephen to King Henry, which, being eventually fulfilled, Richard de Lucy was constituted sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire in the 2nd of Henry II, A.D. 1156, and in t hree years afterwards, being with the king in Normandy, he was despatched to En gland to procure the election of Thomas à Becket, then lord chancellor, to the archiepiscopal see of Canterbury, vacant by the death of Theobald, Abbot of Bec co. Soon after that he was appointed to the high office of Justice of England. In the 12th of this reign , upon the aid then assessed for marrying the k ing's dau., he certified his knights' fees (lying in the cos. of Kent, Suffolk, and Norfolk) de veteri feoffamento, to be in number seven, and that his ancest ors performed the service of Castle Guard at Dover, for the same, as also that he held on knight's fee more, de nova feoffamento, in the co. Devon.
About t his time Becket, having fled into Normandy from the power of King Henry, came t o Wiceliac to celebrate the feast of the ascension, and observing several perso ns of distinction present, amongst whom was this Richard de Lucie, he ascended the pulpit and there, with lighted candles, pronounced the sentence of excommun ication against them all as public incendiaries betwixt the king and himself, b ut being neither convicted nor called to answer, they appealed and entered the church. Soon after this (13th Henry II) during a temporary absence of the king beyond sea, de Lucie was constituted Lieutenant of England, and again in 1173, when the Earl of Leicester and others having reared the standard of rebellion i n behalf of Prince Henry, he besieged, in conjunction with Reginald, Earl of Co rnwall, the town of Leicester and, having reduced it, demolished its walls and laid it in ashes.
In 1178, he founded the priory of Westwode in the diocese of Rochester in honour of St. Thomas, of Canterbury, the martyr, and began, about the same time, the foundation of the priory of Lesnes, in Kent, which he munif icently endowed. In this priory he subsequently assumed the habit of a canon re gular and departing this life soon after (about 22nd Henry II) , and was buried in the chapter-house there.
He m. Rohais ---, and had issue, Geffrey, who d. in his father's lifetime, leaving Richard, his son and heir, who depart ing this life, s. p., before 1196, the inheritance devolved upon his aunt, Roha is; Hubert, who had the lordship of Stanford, in Essex, and hundred of Angre, f or his livelihood, but d. s. p.; Maude, m. 1st to Walter Fitz-Robert, to whom s he brought the lordship or Dice, and 2ndly, to Richard de Ripariis, and d. 27th Henry III, 1243, leaving issue; Rohais, m. 1st, to Fulbert de Dover, Lord of C hilham, in Kent, and 2ndly, Richard de Chilham. This Rohais, upon the decease o f her nephew, succeeded to the estates of her elder brother and, upon the death of her younger brother, Hubert, she had livery of the whole barony on paying a fine to the crown in the 9th King John . [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Ab eyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Pe Parents: Adrian De LUCY and Avelina GOTH.
Spouse: Rohese Fitzrichard De CLARE. Justiciar Of England Richard DE Lucy and Rohese Fitzrichard De CLARE were married. Children were: Sir William DE Lucy, Aveline De LUCY, Maud De LUCY, Alice De LUCY, Geoffrey De LUCY.
Vicomte De Contentin Richard I DE St. Sauveur7,259,262 died about 933.262 He was born WFT Est 880 in St Sauveur, Normandy, France. Parents: Jarl Of More Malahule EYSTEINSSON.
Children were: Niel (Nigel) I De ST. SAUVEUR.
Richil DE7,45 was born about 1080 in Of, Oizy, Namur, Belgium.463 From the Maybee Society files. The data is not verified and is possibly incorre ct.
Governor Of Stafford Robert DE Lord Of Belvoir Toeni7,104,105,122,378 was born in 1031 in Tosni, Louviers, Eure, Normandy, France. He died in Aug 1088 in Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, England.105 He was buried in Evesham Abbey, Worcestershire, England. Also Known As:<_AKA> Robert de /Stafford/, Sheriff of Staffordshire
Robert [de Toeni], called de Stafford; held by 1086 nearly 70 manors in Staffs, more than 25 in Warwicks, more than 20 in Lincs, 10 in Oxon, one in Worcs and one in Nor thants; built what later became known as Belvoir Castle; allegedly married Avic e de Clare, and died probably 1088. [Burke's Peerage]
The followin g two were written almost as if Robert de Stafford & Robert de Todeni, of Belvo ir are 2 different people. I actually had Robert as two different people until I found sources confirming that they are one and the same person.
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The first that assumed the surname of Stafford was Robert de Stafford, who pos sessed, at the time of the General Survey, lordships in Suffolk, Gloucestershir e, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, and Staffordshire, in all 131, and Dugdale surmi ses that the assumption of the surname of Stafford arose from his being governo r of Stafford Castle, which had been erected by the Conqueror; for his name ori ginally was de Toenei, and he is said to have been a younger son of Roger de To enei, standard bearer of Normandy. of this Robert de Stafford, who lived till H enry I's time, nothing further is known than his founding an Augustine priory a t Stone, in Staffordshire, upon the spot where Enysan de Waltone, one of the co mpanions of the Conqueror, had killed two nuns and a priest. He m. Avice de Cla re, and was s. by his son, Nicholas de Stafford. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, A beyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p . 498, Stafford, Barons Stafford, Earls of Stafford, &c.]
Amongst the most distinguished companion in arms o f the Conqueror was Robert de Todeni, a nobleman of Normandy, upon whom the vic torious monarch conferred, with numerous other grants, an estate in the county of Lincoln upon the borders of Leicestershire. Here de Todeni erected a stately castle and, from the fair view it commanded, gave it the designation of Belvoi r Castle, and here he established his chief abode. At the time of the General S urvey, this powerful personage possessed no less than eighty extensive lordship s, viz., two in Yorkshire, one in Essex, four in Suffolk, one in Cambridge, two in Hertfordshire, three in Bucks, four in Gloucestershire, three in Bedfordshi re, nine in Northamptonshire, two in Rutland, thirty-two in Lincolnshire, and s eventeen in Leicestershire. "of this Robert," saith Dugdale, "I have not seen a ny other memorial than that the Coucher-Book of Belvoir recordeth: which is, th at bearing a venerable esteem to our sometime much celebrated protomartyr, St. Alban, he founded near to his castle a priory for monks and annexed it as a cel l to that great abbey in Hertfordshire, formerly erected by the devout King Off a in honour of that most holy man." Robert de Todeni, Lord of Belvoir, d. in 10 88, leaving issue by his wife Adela, William, who assumed the surname of Albini ; Berenger; Geoffrey; Robert; and Agnes. He was s. by his eldest son, William d e Albini, Brito, Lord of Belvoir. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeit ed and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, England, 1883, p. 160, Daubeney, Barons Daubeney, Earl of Bridgewater]
Note: Robert was father of A deliza, who married Roger Bigod and had Cecily, who married William de Albini. William did succeed Robert as Lord of Belvoir, but as a grandson-in-law, not a s a son as Sir Bernard Burke states in "Dormant & Extinct Peerages" above.
He served in the military in 1066 in Hastings, Sussex, England. He was William The Conqueror's standard bearer. He was buried in BelvoirCastle, Leicestershire , England. Parents: Roger TOENI De Toeni and Godeheut Barcelona BORRELL.
Spouse: Avice De CLARE.
Spouse: Avice DE CLARE. Governor Of Stafford Robert DE Lord Of Belvoir Toeni and Avice DE CLARE were married.
Duke Apulia Robert I Guiscard DE Hauteville7,113,122,563 was born about 1015 in Normandy, France.113 He died on 17 Jul 1085 in At Seige Of Cephalonia, Greece.113 He was buried in Norman Conqueror Of Southern Italy, Duke Of Calabria, & Sicily. Parents: Countess/Burgand Fredsenda De NORMANDY.
Spouse: Princess Of Salerno SIGELGAITA. Duke Apulia Robert I Guiscard DE Hauteville and Princess Of Salerno SIGELGAITA were married in 1058.113 Children were: Miss GUISCARD, Sybille De HAUTEVILLE, Maud DE Of Apulia Hauteville.
Lord Of Hache Robert IV DE Beauchamp7,104,106 was born in 1190 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He died in 1251. His father d. in 1228, leaving his son and heir, Robert de Beauchamp, in minori ty and in ward to Hubert de Burgh. This Robert d. before 1251, and was s. by hi s son, Robert de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, B urke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 33, Beauchamp, Barons Beauchamp, of Hach e, in the co. Somerset] Parents: Simon De VALLETORT and Miss Heiress De BEAUCHAMP.
Lord Of Hache Robert V DE Beauchamp7,104,106 was born about 1210 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He died about 1263 in Ryme Intrinseca, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, England.104 He was buried in Justice Of Eyre. Of the feudal lord, Robert de Beauchamp, nothing is known beyond his being enga ged against the Welsh with Henry III, and his founding the priory of Frithelsto ke, in the co. Devon. He was yet living in 1257, and was s. by his son, John de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 33, Beauchamp, Barons Beauchamp, of Hache, in the co. So merset] Parents: Lord Of Hache Robert IV DE Beauchamp and Juliana BRETT.
Spouse: Alice De MOHUN. Lord Of Hache Robert V DE Beauchamp and Alice De MOHUN were married. Children were: Mary De BEAUCHAMP, Governor Of Cardigan Cast John DE Beauchamp, Alice De BEAUCHAMP, Sir Knight Humphrey DE Beauchamp.
Baron Of Trematon Roger II DE Valletort7,574 was born in 1165 in Trematon Castle, Saltash, Cornwall, England. He died about 1207. Name Suffix:<NSFX> Baron Of Trematon Parents: Baron Of Trematon Reginald II De VALLETORT.
Heiress Of Chilham Rohese DE Dover7,115,122 was born about 1198 in Chilham Castle, Kent, England. She died in 1265 in Chilham Castle, Kent, England.115 She was also known as Rose. Richard Fitz Roy (natural son of King John), married Rohese, d. 1264/5, daughte r of Fulbert of Dover. [Ancestral Roots]
Rose, daughter and heiress of Robe rt of Dover. [Burke's Peerage]
Note: Rohesia's father could be called Rober t, although Ancestral Roots named him Fulbert in two different lines. Parents: Baron Of Chilham Fulbert DE Dover and Isabel DE BRIWERE.
Lady Of Rudham Sibyl DE Chesney7,710,2326 was born about 1085 in Rudham, Norfolk, England. Parents: Ralph DE Of Rudham Chesney and Maud De WATERVILLE.
Earl Of Huntingdon Simon I DE St. Liz7,14,105 was born about 1046 in Normandy, France. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died in 1111 in La Charite-Sur-Loir, Nievre, France.115 He was also known as Simon De St. Liz.378 Also Known As:<_AKA> Simon de /St. Senlis/
on the history of the Earldom of Hu ntingdon:
His [Waltheof's] son-in-law Simon de St Liz was the next holder of the Earldom [of Huntingdon], the family connections of Simon's wife Maud makin g the transition a natural one under the terms prevailing then. Indeed the his tory of the Earldom over the next few decades amply illustrates the almost chat tel-like nature of such a title at this time, a quasi-hereditary post which was nevertheless as often as not held from the king at pleasure and which could be transferred between members of the same family like a parcel of land. [Burke' s Peerage]Senlis
Interred: Priory Church, St. Neots
Earl of Huntingdon. The Complete Pe erage vol.V,pp.640-1. Parents: . Parents: Ranulf The NORMAN.
Spouse: Maud Of HUNTINGDON. Earl Of Huntingdon Simon I DE St. Liz and Maud Of HUNTINGDON were married about 1090 in Huntingdonshire, England.115 Children were: Maud De ST. LIZ, Matilda DE Of Northampton St. Liz, Earl Of Huntingdon Simon II DE St. Liz, Abbot Of Melrose St.Waldef DE St. Liz.
Earl Of Huntingdon Simon II DE St. Liz7,14,105,115 was born about 1098 in Northamptonshire, England. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth] He died in Aug 1153 in Huntington, Huntingdonshire, England.115 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death] He was also known as Simon De Earl Of Huntingdon 5Th St. Liz.378 Also Known As:<_AKA> Simon de /St. Senlis/
on the history of the Earldom of Hu ntingdon:
After Earl Simon's [Matilda's 1st husband] death, his Widow marrie d David I of Scotland, who consequently became Earl of Huntingdon too, keeping the Earldom even after he succeeded his brother as King of Scots. He sided wit h the Empress Maud against Stephen I but came to terms with the latter and made the Earldom over to his son Henry. Henry swore fealty to Stephen but subseque ntly fought against him under the Scottish banner, which may account for Simon de St Liz's son, another Simon, being recognized as Earl of Huntingdon before H enry's death in 1152. [Burke's Peerage]Interred: St. Andrew's
Earl of Northampton. The Complete Peerage vol.V,p.643. Parents: Earl Of Huntingdon Simon I DE St. Liz and Maud Of HUNTINGDON.
Spouse: Isabel DE BEAUMONT. Earl Of Huntingdon Simon II DE St. Liz and Isabel DE BEAUMONT were married.
Abbot Of Melrose St.Waldef DE St. Liz7,378 was born about 1100. He died on 3 Aug 1159. Parents: Earl Of Huntingdon Simon I DE St. Liz and Maud Of HUNTINGDON.
Earl Of Holderness Stephen Count DE Aumale7,14,115,122 was born about 1070 in Holderness, Yorkshire, England.115 He died in 1127.115 He was buried in 1096-Crusader. Parents: Count Of Aumale Eudes CHAMPAGNE III and Countess Of Ponthieu & Au Adbelahide NORMANDY.
Ursie DE3,387 was born in Indiana.3,387 She died Unknown.3,387 She is reference number 60653.
Constable Of Worcester Urso DE Arbitot7,71,262 was born about 1056 in Lincolnshire, England.2327 He died in 1118 in Worcestershire, England. Parents: Aumary D' ARBITOT.
Sir Walter DE Ingham7,97 died about 1253 in Murdered By Peasants At Hickling, Norfolk, England. He was born WFT Est 1200 in Ingham, Norfolk, England. Parents: Sir John I DE Ingham and Aubrey De WALERAN.
Children were: Sir Oliver I DE Ingham.
Lord Of Sibton Walter DE Caen7,262,516,2328,2329 was born about 1050 in Caen, Calvados, Normandy, France. He died after 1086 in Domesday Lord Of Sibton, Yorkshire, England.2328 Notes under Reginald de Peyton son of Walter:
The first of the family on rec ord by the name of Peyton was Reginald de Peyton, second son of Walter, Lord of Sibton, younger brother of Mallet, sheriff of Yorkshire. This Reginald held th e lordships of Peyton Hall, in Ramshold, and Boxford, in Suffolk, of Hugh de Bi god; he was stewerd to Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk, and gave lands to the monk s of Thetford, to pray for the soul of Hugh Bigod. He had two sons, William, wh o held certain lands in Boxford, of the fee of the abbey of St. Edmundsbury, as appears by charter of his nephew John, and John de Peyton. [John Burke & John Bernard Burke, Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland, and Scotlan d, Second Edition, Scott, Webster, & Geary, London, 1841, p. 408, Peyton, of Is leham]
The Domesday book states that Walter de Caen was Lord of Sibton, give n to him by Robert Malet's mother (William Malet's widow).
The giving of Sib ton to Walter de Caen by WIlliam Malet's widow implies some relationship. See Domesday Book for history of Sibton.
The following quotation from the "Butler Family Histor y" indicates that Walter is son of William Malet, which would explain the age d ifference between Walter & William (ie. they weren't brothers as indicated abov e.}:
Theobald Blake Butler, a leading authority on the history of the family , who died only this year  and whose works are now available to scholars in the National Library, Dublin, the British Museum and the Irish Genealogical Research Society, laboriously traced back to Domesday the lands which this fami ly subsequently held in East Anglia and Lancashire and discovered that at least nine of the sixteen or more holdings which our Hervey was believed to have own ed in Norfolk and Suffolk were entered in Domesday Book under the ownership of Walter de Caen. The discovery led him to surmise that the paternal ancestor of the Butlers was Walter de Caen (son of William Malet who accompanied the Conqu eror and, being half Saxon, was entrusted with the burial of King Harold after the Battle of Hastings).
Based on the "Butler Family History" and the approximate birth dates , I am making Walter de Caen son of William Malet. I think, however, that the name implies an illegitmate birth, so he may not be the son of Walter's wife, e ven though her giving him Sibton would imply blood relationship. Perhap he was son of her, but not William Malet? Parents: WILLIAM Malet and Hesilia CRISPIN.
Sir Knight Walter DE Beauchamp7,71,262 was born about 1072 in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England.506 He died in 1131. He was buried in Sheriff Of Worcester. Hugh de Beauchamp's third son, Walter de Beauchamp, of Elmley Castle, co. Glouc ester, having m. Emeline, dau. and heiress of Urso de Abitot, constable of the castle of Worcester, and hereditary sheriff of Worcestershire (who was brother of Robert le Despenser, steward to the Conqueror), was invested with that sheri ffalty by King Henry I, and obtained a grant from the same monarch (to whom he was steward) of all the lands belonging to Roger de Worcester, with a confirmat ion of certain lands given to him by Adelise, widow of his father-in-law, the s aid Urso. Walter de Beauchamp was s., as well in his estates as in the royal st ewardship, by his son, William de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Ex tinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 29, Beauchamp, Earls of Warwick] Parents: .
Lord Of Caenby William DE Chesney7,115,710 was born about 1070 in Of Glentham & Caenby, Lincolnshire, England. William de Chesney, lord of Caenby and Glentham, co. Lincoln. [Magna Charta Su reties] Parents: Ralph DE Of Rudham Chesney and Maud De WATERVILLE.
Children were: Adelaide De CHESNEY.
Lord Of Bradninch William DE Tracy7,115,122,262 was born after 1090 in Bradninch, Devonshire, England.115 He died after 1135.115 Parents: King Of England Henry I "Beauclere" ENGLAND I and Several MISTRESSES.
Sir Knight William DE Beauchamp7,71,115 was born about 1105 in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England.2330 He died in 1170 in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England.115 He was buried in Sheriff Of Worcester, Warwick, Gloucester, & Hereford. William de Beauchamp, who, for all his zeal in the cause of the Empress Maud, w as dispossessed of the castle of Worcester by King Stephen, to which, and all h is other honours and estates, however, he was restored by King Henry II; and in that monarch's reign, besides the sheriffalty of Worcestershire, which he enjo yed by inheritance, he was sheriff of Warwickshire (2nd Henry II), sheriff of G loucestershire (from 3rd to the 9th Henry II), sheriff of Herefordshire (from t he 8th to the 16th Henry II, 1167-70, inclusive). Upon the levy of the assessme nt towards the marriage portion of one of King Henry's daus., this powerful feu dal lord certified his knight's fees to amount to fifteen. He m. Maud, dau. of William Lord Braose, of Gower, and was s. at his decease by his son, William de Beauchamp. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 29, Beauchamp, Earls of Warwick] Parents: Sir Knight Walter DE Beauchamp and Emeline De ARBITOT.
Sir William DE Lucy7,122 was born in 1117 in Dunmow, Essex, England. Parents: Justiciar Of England Richard DE Lucy and Rohese Fitzrichard De CLARE.
6Th Earl Of Essex William DE Mandeville7,106,115 was born in 1186 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He died on 8 Jan 1226/27 in Shouldham Priory, Downham, Norfolk, England. William de Mandeville, Earl of Essex, like his deceased kinsman, espoused the c ause of the barons and stoutly maintained it, even after the decease of King Jo hn, being one of those who then assisted Lewis of France in the siege of Berkha mstead Castle, occupied by the king's forced. A sally having been made, however , from the garrison, much of the baggage of the besiegers was captured and, amo ngst other things, the banner of the Earl William. His lordship seems to have m ade his peace soon after, for we find him engaged in the Welsh wars. He d. in t he flower of his age, 25 December, 1227, and, as he left no issue, the Earldom of Essex devolved upon his sister, Mary, Countess of Hereford, while the lands which he inherited passed to his half-brother, John FitzPiers. [Sir Bernard Bur ke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., Lo ndon, England, 1883, p. 353, Mandeville, Earls of Essex] Parents: 1st Earl Of Essex Geoffrey De Mandeville FITZ PIERS and Beatrix De SAY.